Registration open for national men’s gathering
Registration is open for the United Methodist Men’s 12th National Gathering, set for July 7-8 at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church in Indianapolis. Speakers include Bishops James Swanson Sr. and Jonathan Holston, as well as the Rev. Kevin Watson, Candler School of Theology professor, and Shan Foster, national director of the YWCA program combatting domestic violence. To learn more
“As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.” Proverbs 27:17
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The objectives of the United Methodist Men shall be:
- To seek daily Christ's way of life.
- To bear witness to this way in business dealings and in social contacts
- To engage in some definite Christian service.
- To study and become familiar with the United Methodist Church, its organization, and its doctrines.
- To promote personal evangelism, especially among men and boys.
- To develop Christian fellowship in the church, especially among laymen, by promoting Christian understanding.
- To cooperate with the Bishop, District Superintendent, and Pastor in promoting the program of the church.
- To cooperate with other units of United Methodist Men in the promotion of District, Conference, and Church-wide projects under the leadership of the Board of Discipleship.
The purpose of the United Methodist Men's Fellowship is threefold.
RENEWAL - Our faith is renewed as we share together in experiences of worship and study.
SERVICE - As concerned men of Christ, we seek to render service to each other, to the church and to the larger community through programs decided upon and developed by us as we respond in faith to God's love to us.
FELLOWSHIP - We share together in Christian fellowship in all that we do, but we also set a time aside dedicated to no effort but the enjoyment of each other's company and doing things we like to do as Christian men.